Neil Patterson To Retire From KPMG Bermuda

December 14, 2020

KPMG in Bermuda today [Dec 14] announced that Neil Patterson will be retiring as the firm’s Chairman at the end of December after 31 years of service.

A spokesperson said, “Neil joined the audit practice of the firm in 1989 with a focus in banking and reinsurance. He became a Partner in 1997, Managing Partner in 2009 and Chairman in 2012. Neil was the firm’s Risk Management Partner for over 25 years and was the sub-regional Chairman of KPMG from 2013 to 2015.

Neil Patterson KPMG Bermuda Dec 2020

“During his career, Neil provided professional services to many of the firm’s large banking and asset management clients, coaching and mentoring some of our brightest staff along the way.

“He has been heavily involved in the firm’s corporate citizenship program and is passionate about KPMG being involved in the community. Most recently, Neil was a co-founder in the launch of Ignite Bermuda, the island’s first privately funded accelerator for startup businesses.”

Mike Morrison, CEO of KPMG in Bermuda, said, “Neil’s leadership over the past decade has resulted in the firm’s market-leading position in many areas of the Bermuda market.

“On behalf of everyone at KPMG in Bermuda, I would like to thank Neil for this contributions and valuable service to our firm, locally and internationally. I wish him great success as he considers his next chapter but not before a well-deserved break of golfing, fishing, and continuing to see the world once there is an opportunity to do so again.”

He continued, “Neil has been a great mentor and friend to me during my career here and since I took on the role of CEO. I am very grateful for that and will miss his counsel.”

Neil Patterson said, “It has been an honour and privilege to work alongside so many talented people during my career – colleagues and clients alike. I have certainly seen a lot of change over the last 30+ years – at KPMG and in Bermuda.

“The market has evolved and matured and looks poised to expand again. I am very proud of the culture we have at KPMG; keeping the needs of our clients, people and our communities at the heart of what we do every day.”

Mike Morrison will assume the joint CEO/Chair role for the firm.

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